Lot 198 of 446:
Photographic Art Journal, Vols 1&2, 1901-1903  

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The Photographic Art Journal, Volumes I&II

Quilter, Harry & Fred C. Shardlow, editors

Leicester, [U.K.]

The Chromo Press, St. Martin's



2 volumes. Illustrated with 112; 202 photographs including tipped in frontispieces. 24.5x14.7 cm (9½x5¾"); 25.8x19.2 cm (10x7½"), original cloth, lettering in black, patterned endpapers. First edition.

Volumes covering the periods of March, 1901 to February, 1902 and March, 1902 to February, 1903. With essays and photographs including early photos by such luminaries as Edward Steichen, Clarence H. White, and F. Holland Day, Eva Watson Schutze, and Robert Demachy in Volume I; Edward Steichen, James Craig Coburn, Robert Demachy, Gertrude Kasebier, and Clarence H. White in Volume II.


Lot Amendments

Some wear to cloth boards, Vol 1 spine leaning, joints and hinges of Vol 2 cracked; occasional marginal smudging and foxing, interiors bright throughout; about very good.

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